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Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Winter/Spring 2016

The Georgetown Journal of International Affairs is the official publication of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. Each issue of the journal provides readers with a diverse array of timely, peer-reviewed content penned by top policymakers, business leaders, and academic luminaries. In this issue, the Forum section addresses the plight of international refugees, questions about migration and cultural integration, and assylum policy. Other topics addressed in this issue include US-Iran relations, corruption in Indonesia, Chinese direct investment in Africa, and much more.

Since the 1970s rapid and sustained economic growth has transformed
Indonesia from a poor, nearly bankrupt nation to a ... at large, undermines the
legitimacy of government, and raises issues for foreign firms doing business in

Journal of Asian Business

First, that while there have indeed been problems and some shortcomings in
Indonesia's economic development, the overall story is one of truly remarkable
achievement. While not matching the stellar growth rates of the first wave of Asian

Asia-Pacific Development Journal, December 2008

The primary emphasis of the Asia Pacific Development Journal is the publishing of based, policy-oriented articles that can engage the attention of policy makers, academicians, and researchers. The articles analyze development issues and problems relevant to the Asia-Pacific region. This issue discusses the following topics: bond markets in the Pacific rim; developing debt markets in Singapore; developing bond markets to diversify long-term development finance; SME subcontracting as a bridgehead to competitiveness; human resource competitiveness; and inflow of foreign direct investment to the ASEAN region. The Journal is issued twice a year.

Tulus Tambunan* The impact of international trade policy reform on the
Indonesian economy, particularly in the areas of ... However, the implications of
such reform on the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in
Indonesia ...

International Journal of Business Anthropology, Volume 7 (1)

This issue of the International Journal of Business Anthropology contains seven articles related to the practice of business anthropology in various countries. The first article makes two arguments about China’s Belt and Road Initiative (also known as “One Belt, One Road”) based on two case studies in Tashkurgan in Xinjiang province and Houqiao in Yunnan province of China. The second discusses factors that led to the popularity of a Japanese adult video (AV) actress in China since 2010. The third paper examines variances in the representational framing of gender-roles in advertisements across cultures by employing traditional Hofstedian dimensions in conjunction with recent paradigms of horizontal-vertical cultural orientations. The fourth explores the significance of anthropology in management education by analyzing business education in India, which is undergoing a profound paradigm shift to respond to the challenges arising out of the rapidly changing business environmental factors. The fifth article investigates socio-cultural, environmental, religious, gender, educational, and health-care factors affecting women’s smoking in Yunnan, China. The sixth paper discusses two problems (the lack of knowledge and the weakness in control and monitoring system) that hamper the majority of Islamic microfinance cooperative institutions in Indonesia, and suggests solutions. The last article probes the mechanism of reform and development of the Chaoshan Chamber of Commerce in Shenzhen City (CCCSC). The innovation of the CCCSC in its operation is concerned with three important aspects of the reform, including strategic basis, financial strategy and organizational structure. The reform practice of the CCCSC provides new information for academic research on the governance of chambers of commerce in China.

Experimental Evidence from India”, American Economic Review, October 2013,
vol. ... behavior of the poor(a study on group lending (GLM) application in Islamic
microfinance institution)”, Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, Vol.